JACKIE B II, Cape May, NJ –1941
Captain Jack Buhalo's "JACKIE B II" from Schellenger's Landing, Cape May, NJ circa 1941. Built in 1929 by the Kofoed Boat Works, Keyport, NJ, she had three motors (with a whopping total of 230 HP) and triple screws. The advertising for the "JACKIE B II" included the following... "Leaves Cape May daily for the fishing banks and the bay upon arrival of the Fisherman's train from Market Street Wharf, Philadelphia, PA. Boat fare $2.00. Free trip to person catching the largest fish."